Wellington Tourism & Travel Guide

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The Te Papa Museum in Wellington is literally a container of treasures and majorly focuses on the partnership between the indigenous people of New Zealand with the non-indigenous folks. For the best and the most enlightening museum experience in the country, make sure to include Te Papa in your New Zealand itinerary.
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day 10: i was resting in these period of time and ended up doing some photography, hanging out with friends, going to clubs. on the 10th day i went to zealandia.It is formerly known as the Karori Wildlife Sanctuary,is a protected natural area in Wellington, New Zealand, where the biodiversity of 225 ha (just under a square mile) of forest is being restored. The sanctuary was previously part of the water catchment area for Wellington, between Wrights Hill (bordering Karori) and the Brooklyn wind turbine on Polhill. here you get to see different birds, reptiles, insects. it's a beautiful place to discover variety of species of respective groups. the most important thing is you get to see KIWI. these are tiny little birds and you can see them at night. moreover if you are a student carry your student id proof, you get discount in purchasing the tickets to zealandia.
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About Wellington

Make Your Way To Two Fun Days In WellingtonThe capital of New Zealand, Wellington is vivacious for all the right reasons considering its many art galleries, museums, restaurants, pubs and high end boutiques. The traffic is the (not so sweet) cherry on top and makes it a bustling metropolis to the core. The weather is crazy but the city with its gazillion distinct features (including some great architecture and an impressive harbour) is beautiful and thoroughly enjoyable.
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